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Amr El Abbadi
University of California-Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
for contributions to the design of fault-tolerant
large-scale data management systems
Brice D. Achkir
Cisco Systems, Inc�
San Jose, CA, USA
for contributions to diagnostics of physical layer
design in gigabit digital transmission systems
Thomas L. Ainsworth
US Naval Research Laboratory
Washington, DC, USA
for contributions to the interpretation and
analysis of polarimetric SAR imagery
Mohammad Showkat-lul Alam
University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL, USA
for contributions to pattern recognition and high
resolution image reconstruction
Kevin C. Almeroth
University of California-Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
for contributions to multicast communication,
wireless networks, and educational technology
Gustavo Alonso
ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
for contributions to data management and
distributed systems
Andrea Alu
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX, USA
for contributions to the theory and applications
of electromagnetic metamaterials and plasmonic
Bjarne R. Andersen
Andersen Power Electronic Solutions Ltd�
East Sussex, UK
for leadership in High Voltage DC Transmission
Systems, AC Power Electronics, and Reactive
Power Compensation
Bertram Arbesser-Rastburg
European Space Agency (ESA)
Noordwijk, The Netherlands
for leadership in satellite communications,
navigation, and remote sensing
Seiichi Aritome
SK Hynix Inc�
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
for contributions to flash memory technologies
Robert G. Arno
ITT Exelis Advanced Information Systems
Rome, NY, USA
for contributions in applying stochastic modeling
techniques to power distribution systems for
critical facilities

Nader Bagherzadeh
University of California-Irvine
Irvine, CA, USA
for contributions to the design and analysis
of coarse-grained reconfigurable processor
Chandrajit Bajaj
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX, USA
for contributions to image processing, scientific
visualization, and computational biology
Poras T. Balsara
University of Texas at Dallas
Dallas, TX, USA
for contributions to the design of all-digital
frequency synthesis
Soumitro Banerjee
Indian Institute of Science,
Education & Research
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
for contributions to the understanding of
nonlinear phenomena in power electronic
circuits, and to the theory of border collision
Matthew J. Barth
University of California-Riverside
Riverside, CA, USA
for pioneering research in intelligent
transportation systems
William H. Bartley
Newington, CT, USA
for contributions to the development of generator
and transformer standards for life cycle planning
and risk assessment
Evert Bert Basch
Verizon, Inc�
Waltham, MA, USA
for advancing the deployment of fiber-optic
communication systems in carrier networks
Andrea Baschirotto
University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano, Italy
for contributions to analog filters
Elizabeth M. Belding
University of California-Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
for contributions to mobile and wireless
networking and communication protocols
Carl L. Benner
Texas Engineering Experiment Station
College Station, TX, USA
for contributions to development of waveformbased analytics for electric power distribution
Randall A. Berry
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA
for contributions to resource allocation and
interference management in wireless networks

Krste Asanovic
University of California-Berkeley
Berkeley, CA, USA
for contributions to computer architecture

Nicola Bianchi
University of Padova, Padova, Italy
for contributions to the theory and practice of
electric machine design and control

Phaedon Avouris
IBM Research
Yorktown Heights, NY, USA
for contributions to carbon electronics and

Gautam Biswas
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA
for contributions to the modeling and simulation,
diagnosis, and fault-adaptive control of complex
dynamic systems

Igal Brener
Sandia National Laboratories
Albuquerque, NM, USA
for contributions to terahertz science and
Alberto Broggi
University of Parma, Parma, Italy
for contributions to the design of automated
Kent W. Brown
Tennesse Valley Authority
Ooltewah, TN, USA
for leadership in standards development for
design, testing, and utilization of electrical
equipment for the nuclear power industry
Richard B. Brown
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
for contributions to microsystem design
Klaas Bult
Broadcom Corp�
Bunnik, The Netherlands
for contributions to the design of high frequency
analog and mixed signal circuits
Martin Buss
Technische Universitaet Muenchen
Muenchen, Germany
for contributions to haptic telepresence systems
and autonomous robots
Kathleen M. Carley
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
for contributions to multi-dimensional human and
cyber dynamic networks
Domenico Casadei
Bologna University
Bologna, Italy
for contributions to direct torque control and
matrix converters in electric drives
Branko G. Celler
Commonwealth Industrial and
Scientific Research Organisation (CSIRO)
Epping, NSW, Australia
for contributions to telehealth services for the
management of chronic disease
Babu R. Chalamala
MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc�
St� Peters, MO, USA
for contributions to the development of advanced
materials and device technologies for vacuum
microelectronics and field emission displays
Ambrish Chandra
Ecole de Technologie Superieure
Montreal, QC, Canada
for contributions to power distribution and
renewable energy systems
Edward Yi Chang
National Chiao Tung University
Hsinchu, Taiwan
for contributions to compound semiconductor
heterojunction transistor technologies
Shoou-Jinn Chang
National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
for contributions to nano scale photonic,
electronic, and sensing devices

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